LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Commission teamed up with Mother Annie Abrams to give children not only free school supplies, but also free face paintings, selfie opportunities with cartoon characters.
History comes to life in Abrams' home--now a library and museum that hosted the event Wednesday afternoon.
At the end of the year in May I'm going to let them come back, and I want them to bring me their report card. Did I make a difference? Got it?!" says Mother Annie Abrams, Retired Teacher and Community Mentor.
Mother Annie Abrams is a retired teacher who has mentored the Little Rock Nice and other great leaders in the community.
She wants everyone to know that, "Our service is the rent we pay here on Earth."
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